1,1 km from the festival area, at the foot of the Õhne river, is the Taagepera mill pond with a public beach. It is next to an old water mill that used to produce electricity for the Taagepera castle.
ALATSI BOG LAKE
8,9 km from the festival area is the protected Alatsi bog lake. It has a bridge with benches on its North Western shore that is connected to the wood board track of the Teringi educational trail around the bog. On the Eastern coast, there is a boat mooring connected to trails passing through private terrains. If you’re lucky then Alatsi is a good place to spot whooper swan, muskrat, beavers or grouse.
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9 km from the festival area is the beautiful Tündre lake. It’s rich in fish and in summer it is perfect for a quick swim. To set a vessel, go to the Tündre Suurekivi campfire site nearby. The lake is surrounded by great forests for berry and mushroom picking.
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In the Tõrva town, 18,6 km from the festival area, is the Riiska lake with its shallow shores, a sandy bottom and numerous springs. It is up to 12,5 metres deep. It has a nice beach with changing cabins, toilets, volleyball courts, swimming pier and swings. It is safeguarded by a coast guard. More information HERE!
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In the Tõrva town, 18,6 km from the festival area, is the Vanamõisa lake with the Baltics’ highest, 11-metre diving platform. The beach has changing cabins and a toilet, soft drinks and ice cream are sold and it is safeguarded by a coast guard. You can either lay down on the sandy shore or on a wooden deck, play volleyball, and for children there are swings. A good place to park your car is next to the Tõrva high school only 200 metres away from the lake. More information HERE!
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